The T.R.A.I.L. to Diabetes Prevention Program evolved from a partnership between Amerigroup Foundation and Boys & Girls Clubs of America that focuses on educating children ages 7-11 about the prevalence of type 2 diabetes among American/Indian Native youth and provide them with interactive activities that teaches the importance of eating nutritious foods and living a healthy lifestyle. 2016 Amerigroup media alert Tulalip Club
On May 6, 2016 members of the Amerigroup Foundation joined community leaders at the Tulalip Boys & Girls Club for the Club’s Community Health Day and presented a check for $20,000 to raise awareness and help combat the diabetes epidemic among local kids and teens. Tulalip Community Health Day with Amerigroup
MARYSVILLE — When it rained, water seeped inside under the kitchen door. Someone had burned a couch in the alleyway on the building’s north side, leaving a charred patch of paint on the cinder-block wall. Pencils, paper, scissors, paints and other art and school supplies were in cardboard boxes and plastic bins, stacked in a corner of the computer lab.
Hundreds of kids have walked through the Marysville Boys & Girls Club since it opened in 2009 on Beach Avenue, but the 1950s-era gym is showing its age. The club’s skeleton staff did not have time or resources to tackle the list of maintenance jobs and improvement projects. Comcast employee spruce up Marysville Boys & Girls Club